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2019: The Ultimate Star-Studded Review!

Plus, Ghost, Slipknot, BABYMETAL, Behemoth, Angels & Airwaves, Architects, Korn, Don Broco, PVRIS, Mike Shinoda and loads more!

You’ve relived 2019 through the eyes of Kerrang! – but what about the stars who not only survived but thrived in this wild roller coaster of a year? Nineteen of the world’s biggest artists – including Ghost, Slipknot, BABYMETAL, Behemoth, Angels & Airwaves, Architects, Korn, Don Broco, PVRIS, Mike Shinoda and more – contemplate everything they saw, conquered and learned in the past 12 months…

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Elsewhere in the issue, we bring you the results of the Kerrang! Readers’ Poll 2019, while Waterparks’ Awsten Knight delivers our annual Christmas address, and Judas Priest man Rob Halford picks the most metal festive soundtrack ever. On top of that, there’s a ridiculously hard quiz of the decade to keep you occupied over the Christmas break, and a huge run-through of the highs, lows and weirdest bits of the year.

There are 10 epic shots of the year, too, featuring Frank Iero, Josh Homme, Bring Me The Horizons Oli Sykes, Green Days Billie Joe Armstrong, Fall Out Boy, Rammstein, SWMRS, The Ghost Inside, blink-182s Travis Barker and Panic! At The Disco.

All this and more is available in the new issue of Kerrang!, which you can get anywhere in the world through Kerrang.Newsstand.co.uk. But for UK residents, it hits the shops on Wednesday, December 18 from all good newsagents.

Posted on December 17th 2019, 11:23a.m.
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